The review is part of a broader effort to restrict the flow of sensitive technology to China.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar, a surging Democratic White House hopeful, mistakenly said she’s just as tall as the towering Thomas Jefferson in a botched history reference on “The Real Time with Bill Maher.”
Former Trump adviser Roger Stone made another request for a new trial on Friday, following revelations about the possible political bias of one of the jurors in his first case.
After a week of tumult, some career prosecutors expressed concerns about political interference and the attorney general’s response to the president weighing in on the prosecution of an associate.
As the pols take the fight out back to the web, will the dank memes prevail?
At a Munich security conference, the president of France urged Europe to create its own policy toward Russia.
Will the Democrats try to replace Donald Trump with a power-hungry plutocrat?
Presidential paranoia is not a new phenomenon but Mr. Trump, burned by impeachment, seems to have elevated it to a governing philosophy of his White House.
To keep a promise as he runs for re-election, Trump uses more military funds to pay for the border wall.
What happens when the left cedes the free speech high ground?
Amid mounting furor over politicization at the Justice Department, the attorney general ordered reviews of such investigations and prosecutions.
The public struggles of White House adviser Kellyanne Conway and her husband, George T. Conway III, are not shtick, friends say, and they are not having fun.
Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren probably both can’t squeeze through.
For Jeff Sessions, Roy Moore and other Republicans vying for a chance to take back Doug Jones’s seat, winning over voters may mean winning over the president first.
A new report sent to Congress about the drone strike that killed Iran’s top general contradicted the original justification the administration provided.
One reader calls his objection to the president’s tweets a “Kabuki theater act feigning dismay.” Another urges the attorney general to resign.
Amid turmoil in the U.S. attorney’s office in Washington, the attorney general has also sent outside prosecutors to review other politically sensitive cases.
The decision to decline charges appears to be a move to distance the Justice Department from President Trump, who has long attacked Mr. McCabe.
American negotiators had insisted on a decline in hostilities — though not a complete cease-fire — before signing an agreement with the Taliban.